SAN FRANCISCO – WestJet could introduce twin-aisle, widebody aircraft into its fleet as soon as in the next few years as the Canadian carrier steps up its international expansion. The carrier has not specified the type of widebodies under consideration, although CEO Gregg Saretsky told analysts that talks are ongoing with manufacturers and lessors to determine aircraft availability. “We are not ready to take a recommendation to the board,” he said. WestJet is not ruling ...
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